2021 has proved that accountancy firms are in the top three organisations that cyber criminals focus their attention on – meaning that the profession needs to exercise vigilance, diligence, and a risk-focused approach to cyber security. Whether your firm is directly attacked or suffers the impact of a cyber-attack on one of your trusted third-party vendors – prepare for the worst.
This webinar will highlight the very real threat your firm may face in 2022 and beyond, the immediate steps that must be taken to mitigate your risk, and how to change the culture of your practice to become “cyber safe”.
In this session Richard Jackson will cover the following topics;
- Cyber Crime in 2022 and beyond
- Accountants: A Hot Target
- Cyber Attack 101
- Evolving your Practice Culture
- The Human Firewall
- Cyber Security for Accountants
Accounting firms can no longer ignore the very real threat of cyber-attack, therefore this session is perfectly suited to owner-managers of small to mid-sized firms, or Practice Managers, Operations Managers, Partners or C Suite Executives of firms of any size – all of whom will play a key role in ensuring cyber security becomes a board level concern and a key factor in your practice culture. At the same time, the session will add value for any employee or stakeholder in the accounting profession
Richard's responsibilities include delivery of bespoke webinars and training in respect of cyber security, GDPR compliance, and NHS DSPT awareness.
At his current role as a Cyber Security & Data Protection Specialist for Accountancy and Health & Social Care at Moore ClearComm, he is responsible for delivering cutting edge compliance solutions for health technology providers, globally and is working directly with NHS CCG`s and AHSN`s across England, to support care homes with the NHS DSPT.